Nothing was happening beyond showering and sunscreen, and I needed something to jump-start my desire to invest in myself. There was always something more urgent with three young kids than taking care of aesthetics, but I knew I could find 15 minutes once every three months.
Having that solid group of girlfriends is what makes womanhood so special. As I moved into another facet of womanhood, motherhood, I was so happy that I had created a village of girlfriends who could walk with me through this new journey.
These are the things that currently help me keep my head afloat on a daily basis. Are they the most sophisticated way to spend my time? No! But that is not a problem to me.
Beth and Emily dive deep into this topic, so moms can find space for "me time" instead of drowning in guilt and shame.
My 50th birthday is a milestone that comes with reflection, especially after this last year of global pause. My gift to you on this prestigious occasion are these 50 lessons I’ve learned in my 50 years.
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There should be zero shame in this journey, but it’s okay if you have to learn that on your own. It’s okay to be angry and sad and resentful.